From side tables and poufs to terrariums and mirrors, we’ve found the season’s hottest home accessories.
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The Lake Collection rug (from $15,975), designed by Raw Edges for Golran, transforms depending on your viewpoint, much like a body of water—yet this shimmering optical illusion is solidly at home. golran.com; livingspace.com
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A falling droplet of water is the inspiration for the Felt Drop mirror ($269) from CB2, which mimics both its shape and reflectivity. cb2.ca
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With its bold hue and trim silhouette, the Pix pouf by Arper (from mini to five-seater, starting at $1,200) is not your standard seat. arper.com; livingspace.com
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The charred Teton trunk ($599) from Crate and Barrel is a stump-cum-stool with a bit of heavy-metal gravitas. crateandbarrel.ca
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It's a Wrap
The Cascade wool blanket ($300), designed by Vancouver’s Post Projects for Umbra and woven at Oregon’s Pendleton Woolen Mills, is an abstract-yet-organic interpretation of the coastal mountains. vanspecial.com; urbanbarn.com
“My go-to accessories right now are beautiful nature-inspired objects like petrified wood, smoked crystals, geodes, terrariums and juju hats. Textural, organic elements like stone, succulents or feathers create balance and a wonderful juxtaposition in interiors.”
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